stabbed for refusing to let vampire-crazed friends suck his blood
Chandler Police Department
Amanda Williamson, 21, and Aaron Homer, 24,
Ernest October 12, 2010
Media --Two vampire-crazed friends stabbed a Chandler man in the arm after
he refused to let them suck his blood, police said.
say, Robbert Maley, 25, of Chandler, had let the pair suck his
blood before. But on Monday, he refused, and was stabbed in the left
He was living with Aaron Homer, 24, and Amanda Williamson, 21, also
of Chandler. The pair are "into vampire stuff and paganism," the stab
victim is quoted as telling police in the report.
"He had allowed them to suck his blood one time, but did not want
them to suck his blood any more and when he told (Homer) that, (Homer)
became very angry and stabbed him," the police report says.
Maley, his wound bleeding heavily, left the apartment because he had
an arrest warrant for an assault conviction probation violation
outstanding, police said.
Firefighters treating someone next door heard a loud bang.
"They see a man running with blood coming out of his arm," said Chandler Police Det. Dave Ramer.
When police arrived, Williamson and Homer were in the apartment,
which was covered in blood. There was also "a trail of blood leaving the
apartment," the police report says.
The two gave conflicting stories. Williamson said she stabbed Maley
in self-defense because he attacked her. Homer told various versions of
what took place, but police said they did not make sense and believed he
The knife was found between the bedroom mattresses. Maley was tracked down a few blocks away, blood still gushing from his arm.
After police told Homer what Maley said, Homer "showed police how
angry he was and said he stabbed Maley because he was making fun of
(their) religion." Homer said he stabbed him and called him a profane
Williamson was arrested on charges of false reporting, Homer was
arrested on charges of aggravated assault, and Maley was arrested on his
probation violation warrant, police said. He was also treated for the
wound, which required several stitches.
"I've never heard of a case like this in Chandler," Ramer said.